DOBES Archive

EDII_09
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
EDII_04
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
ED_08
FS5 speaks about the loss of knowledge concerning the Indian way of life.
ED_06
FS5 talks about wearing the feather, and about speaking Hoocąk. She then goes on speaking about attending school.
EDII_01
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
EDII_07
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
ED_07
FS5 speaks about her mother's teachings about how women used to dress (incl. jewelry). She also points at today's young people's improper clothing.
EDII_13
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
ED_03
FS5 speaks about her siblings, how her family managed life (work, hunting etc.) and how she learned to make baskets. She also gives a brief description of what wigwams were like.
EDII_14
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
ED_04
FS5 speaks about her family life, about cooking, house keeping, and about respect. She also mentions that the only language she and her family used to speak was Hoocąk.
EDII_10
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
EDII_05
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
EDII_02
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
ED_05
FS5 talks about what and how she was taught by her mother (behavioral rules, relationship to her Teegas). She also speaks about her feathering ceremony.
ED_10
FS5 speaks about the Hoocąk and English language saying that English seems more convenient. She says that those who want to be taught get something good out of the teachings of elders.
EDII_12
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.
ED_12
FS5 speaks about her belief (NAC), and that she enjoys being with her family.
ED_02
FS5 speaks about the place where she used to live with her parents, about school, farms, and the way they lived.
EDII_06
FS5 talks about women and what they were taught by their Hoocąk elders.